Notes & Reviews:
The places visited are associated in one way or another with Mozart. He was born in 1756 in Salzburg, where his father was a leading musician at the court of the ruling Prince-Archbishop, and remained there, with occasional breaks for foreign concert tours, until he was finally able to break free in 1781 and settle in Vienna, where he spent the last ten years of his short life. The music chosen for the tour of Salzburg and its surroundings consists of two piano concertos by Mozart, written during his earlier successful years of independence in Vienna for subscription concerts at which he performed as soloist.
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Robert Fuchs (1847-1927): Piano Trio; Violin Sonata; Viola Phantasiestücke / Giulio Plotino, violin; Claudio Cavalletti, viola; Enrico Maria Polimanti, piano
Madchild: Silver Tongue Devil [PA] [Digipak]
Amy Helm: Didn't It Rain [Digipak]
Luciano Chessa (b.1971): 'Petrolio' chamber works performed by Sarah Cahill, Christopher Froh, Luciano Chessa, Benjamin Kreith, Erin Wang et al.
Mendelssohn: Sacred Choral Music / Choirs of St Albans Abbey, Peter Holder, organ
Marie-Nicole Lemieux: Meilleurs Moments - arias by vivaldi, Scarlatti, Handel and Brahms. Marie-Nicole Lemieux, contralto
Luigi Mancinelli (1848-1921): Scene veneziane, suite; Cleopatra, excerpts / Rome SO, La Vecchia
The Lost City: Lamentations Through the Ages / Miranda Laurence and Susanna Fairbairn, sopranos; Robert Vanryne, trumpet